Donde la luz se deshace (where the light falls apart). Humanist project, which respond to the need to see everyday life through photography, immediately, here and now; in my natural environment, my city, looking for people behind the black mantle that light produces on the streets of the city.
Warsaw Stories. These pictures are a part of a project called Warsaw Stories. Topics of scenes, I look on the streets of Warsaw, are much more varied that what I can show here. What You see is a small part of it.
DETROIT – The shrinking city.reets. This is a reportage i made in 2016 for one month in Detroit. Some pictures were published in Courrier International, Spiegel, La Repubblica, etc.
More or less humans. As mentioned in my very short “photo” portrait, nowadays, while the scene remains untouchable, in some of my photographs the humans simply don’t exist, literally and sometimes just scarcely. But that’s just a first impression.
Dog Story. I must personally admit initially when I started out exploring my passion for street photography I was very shy as a person and I always thought itís not polite to photograph unknown people.
A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes. “A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes” is a long-term personal project on my hometown, Rio de Janeiro.
These are photographs taken at different times and in different cities. I prefer to shoot individual, self-contained photos that do not depend on each other.
WE. Novi Pazar is a city founded by the Ottoman army when it occupied Serbia. At that time, it was the main shopping center and the main crossroads of all the roads in the Balkans.
Colourful streets especially street arts attract me a lot. It gives a glimpse of a city’s attitude towards life and a break from monotonous stereotype street walls.
The Trusth is out there. Supernatural, Conspiracy theories, Mythology, Unidentified flying object, Inspired by THE X-FILES, what can not be explained But has confirmed the existence.
Street photography Is Fun. There are so many surprises in street photography, sad, happy and unexpected etc. And I am always happy to capture that moment.
Gone with the Wind. Its all about childhood, and how we miss it. Now our childhood is lost in the realities of the modern times, and now we can not laugh at all, we can do it in the rain.
Photographs taken in different cities such as Madrid and Donostia in Spain and Cartagena in Colombia trying to capture those everyday moments that generally go unnoticed.
Tang Tawanwad Street Photos. Street Photography is something I can truly enjoy, I like making a scene exciting when it’s ordinary.
Leisure (series) and single images. LEISURE: This ongoing series plays with photography being a trustworthy and truthful medium by creating some confusion about what is actually happening in the image, or why it is happening.
Not My CAT. I like to shoot animal in urban life. The interaction, closeness between me and Cats, looks like they all my pet, but actually they are not. They are more than a day to day Pet to me.
A lonely corner. I found some loneliness on the street corner. Maybe there is too little spiritual life here. Use my funny eyes to give some comfort to life. Blessing.
Mother India. “Mother India” is a wandering between places suspended in time. It’s a story through poetic images, free from any descriptive intent.
Life without Colors. There is nothing more classic and nostalgic than black and white street photography. Black and white reminds us of our past.
Mission Gold Project. ‘Mission Gold’ is a photojournalism project exploring street life, entrepreneurship, and creativity on the streets of San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood.
Streets. Street stories.
Shot – Street Photography. This is a selection of twenty photos that I took in the streets of my city, Montevideo (Uruguay), and are part of a project named “Shot”.
Simple things. This is the story about beauty in simple things and simple life. I travel all around the world and looking for places which still have their unique and authenticity, people who still have real emotions.
The mystique of the unexpected. I am fascinated with the way people act when they are unaware of my existence. To capture the true identity of a person is the main goal of my work.
Faith – A Quaint Emotions. Faith is not about belief. Faith, in fact, has very little to do with what beliefs you hold, other than that it allows you to hold them. Faith is a sacred, deep, emotionally involved kind of trust.
Everyday Encounters. This is a collection of photographs that capture the art of life. Capturing everyday emotions from a spectator perspective. Nothing upfront and personal. It’s a celebration of everyday moments that I enjoyed via my viewfinder.
DayLife Bogota. That’s Bogota, the city where everything happens but nothing happens. An overcrowded city with a poor transport system, where peace was as important as the empanada in the morning.
Lost in Tokyo. It was my first visit to Japan, in Tokyo. A place so different and so strange. A lot of people in the streets, people who are not easy to discover their emotions, people are cut off from each other.
A dying universe. Photographs from a dying universe is a project about some of the little moments around. Walking around streets and parks of Dhaka at night is like one of my daily routines. An extra dose of light combined with black and white makes these little moments stand out from the darkness.